[Foundation-l] Mission & Vision statement updated

GerardM gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 14:42:43 UTC 2007

Who said we have juries ? We don't

On 4/27/07, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton at gmail.com> wrote:
> > (incidentally, the law
> > is rarely objective, that's why we have judges and lawyers)
> By my understanding, that's why we have *juries*. Judges are meant to
> be objective, and leave subjective decisions to the jury.
> I pretty much agree with the key points of the rest of your email.
> (Incidentally, I've just been researching UK law on the issue, and the
> key phrase there is "public benefit". What the benefits are seems to
> be pretty much irrelevant, as long as there are some (and they
> outweigh any harm), but they are very strict on the definition of
> public. I'm not sure if aristocrats would qualify, mainly because I'm
> not sure what the exact definition of an aristocrat is.)
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